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Williams Conducting Pittsburgh Symphony with Ann-Sophie Mutter in June


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  • 2 weeks later...

I got my tickets yesterday.  There were at least 400 people in front of me in line, so I waited from 10:04 to 11:17 before I concluded my purchase.  By then, only seats in the gallery were available in the quantity I wanted, but that's why I keep binoculars in the car.

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  • 3 weeks later...

'An Evening with Honeck & Mutter & Williams'
June 13, 2020
The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra conducted by JOHN WILLIAMS and Manfred ;) , not Mandred Honeck
Anne-Sophie Mutter, violin

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  • 2 months later...
On 2/11/2020 at 6:38 PM, Thor said:

Enough with the Anne-Sophie Mutter already! ;)


14 minutes ago, Andrej said:

The concert has been postponed.

Damn you Thor!

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  • 4 months later...

The concert has been rescheduled to June 9, 2021, as mentioned here:






Manfred Honeck welcomes legendary composer and conductor John Williams to join the orchestra at its one-night-only concert with Anne-Sophie Mutter officially rescheduled for Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 7:30PM. 


Note: Current ticket holders should retain their tickets for use at this rescheduled date.




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  • 5 months later...

WILLIAMS POSTPONED AGAIN!  This disclaimer now shows up at the PSO concert calendar:



For ticket holders: we are still actively looking to schedule all guest artists to perform with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra at a future date. However, we believe it is best to cancel these concerts until we can announce a new date for the event. Should we reschedule these appearances, those who held tickets to these concerts will be offered a priority presale opportunity to purchase tickets in advance of the general public. At this time, ticketholders will receive a refund. The PSO will reach out to all with new information as it becomes available and appreciates your patience and understanding.

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But Pittsburgh is in a state with a scared governor who will only permit a small percentage of indoor seating, something like 15%.  So unless they want to move this to an outside venue where we can toss a beach ball, I'm okay to have my refund. 


Besides, Pittsburgh makes me drunk and then it rains. 

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